Brian McGlynn writes in The Hill:
"Next week, as the Cherry Blossom Festival begins to wrap up its festivities, D.C. will welcome a new crowd of visitors. These visitors won’t be your average tourist families though. They will be beer brewers, distributors, and industry representatives from all over the country attending one of the largest trade shows for craft beer-the Craft Brewers Conference.
The annual event, which is estimated to draw over 10,000 people, will entail four days of presentations, pitches, and discussions on virtually every aspect of brewing. While the Craft Brewers Conference is an enticing reason to head to your local watering hole and try some of the best beers in the country, it’s an even better time and place to discuss something vital to the industry-The Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act of 2017..."
Speaking of beer, today is the last day of the 2017 Craft Brewers Conference. You can keep up to speed on the action by following the DrinksReform.org team over on our Twitter account @DrinksReform. We'll once again be live-tweeting several of the seminars, including the Government Affairs one starting at 1:55pm today! #FreeTheBrews